- TripBuzz found 15 things to do with kids in or near Picacho, Arizona, including 13 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Casa Grande, Florence and Marana.
- From Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch to Picacho Peak State Park, the Picacho area offers 41 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Farms & Ranches, Golf and Movie Theaters.
Family owned and run, the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch is dubbed as one of America's fun and unique roadside experience. Children and adults alike can pet and feed ostriches and other cute animals. The highlight of the ranch is its monster truck tours!
The beautiful Picacho Peak is located within the Picacho Peak State Park. It has been used as a landmark in previous centuries. The park boasts of beautiful hiking trails and vistas during spring time. One recommended activity is the Civil War Battle reenactment.
A working cotton farm open for guided tours, Caywood Farms features an extensive three and a half hour tour of the facility that includes a hayride, the opportunity to hand pick cotton, and an explanation of the cotton harvest process.
A movie theater with 14 auditoriums, Harkins Casa Grande 14 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and sound. The theater offers stadium seating, 3D movies, Ultimate Rocker seats and a snack bar with food and drinks.
Casa Grande's BlackBox Theatre is run by the BlackBox Foundation, a nonprofit that seeks to bring cultural experiences to the community. The theater presents a variety of dramatic productions, and offers acting lessons and clinics.
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1115 N Brown Avenue, Casa Grande, AZ 85122 MoreLess Info
With swimming classes and camps available, Palm Island Family Aquatics Park offers a zero depth entry pool with fountains, spray devices, a two story slide, and more. Visitors can also rent the aquatic center for private events.
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110 W Florence Blvd, Casa Grande, AZ 85222 MoreLess Info
Dedicated to preserving the rural history of the region, Casa Grande Valley Historical Society has a museum filled with artifacts for visitors to explore. Visitors can learn about life as a cowboy in 19th century Arizona.
Paul Mason Sports Complex features four adult-sized lighted softball diamonds, scoreboards, a concession stand and restrooms. The facility also has fencing to accommodate conversion for little league, pony league, fast pitch and other softball variants.
Founded in 1959, the Pinal County Historical Museum acts as a county-wide museum that focuses on the history of the local area. Popular exhibits cover Native American life, prison artifacts, and extensive genealogical records.